I’m a big fan of self-awareness. I think it’s a natural thing. If you know a lot about something, you can better understand it, and make decisions based on that.
Its a difficult thing in life to be self-aware. When you’re not able to recognize your own mental habits and routines, you can’t really control them. We all do a lot of things unconsciously. For instance, if we decide to do something because we’re hungry, we’re still eating. That’s our subconscious action. But when we decide to commit to something, that’s our conscious choice.
In fact, we all have this natural tendency towards self-awareness. We all have some habits that affect how we think or act. However, I wouldn’t recommend that we get too comfortable or satisfied with our current habits. It can actually end up causing us to miss the big picture and make a wrong decision. If we do the right thing, we may end up doing something that we would never have tried in the first place.
It sounds like you are talking about the “suffer a few bad habits, then fix them up again” philosophy, a concept that I call the “suffer a few bad habits, then do the fix-it-up-later” philosophy. I think this is a really good philosophy that really only works if we have the courage to change our habits for good ones.
I’m going to end up giving my thoughts on a personal level, but there are other ideas that I could go on and it might be more interesting than I’m putting it out there.
Yeah, the idea of suffering a few bad habits and then fix them up again is a great one. It’s one of those theories that’s been around long before the “Suffer a few bad habits, then fix them up again” concept came about. I’ve heard it before but I’ve never seen it put into practice. The idea of suffering a few bad habits, then fixing them up again is a good one.
I’m not a big fan of the suffering habit idea because I feel that it’s a too rigid approach. The idea of suffering a few bad habits, then fixing them up again is a good one. Its one of those theories thats been around long before the Suffer a few bad habits, then fix them up again concept came about. Ive heard it before but Ive never seen it put into practice.
A few years ago I heard someone say that a few bad habits can be fixed up again. After a few bad habits, we can all start to feel better, and feel much better, and feel better again. It was a bit far-fetched, but I’m sure it was correct. The idea of suffering a few bad habits, then fixing them up again is a good one.
The bad habits might be the problem in the end. It’s a very important thing to be aware of, and keep aware of. That’s why I’m going to focus on how we should handle our bad habits, and how we can change the way we handle our bad habits.
If you’re not on track, your bad habits will get worse until you’re on the verge of a breakdown. Bad, bad habits are a good thing to be aware of, but the problem is that if you’re not on the right track, your bad habits will get worse until you’re in a serious breakdown. The key is to identify and fix your bad habits.